Due to the COVID-19 crisis and its long-term impacts on the communities we partner with, our Education Programs are experiencing several strategic shifts that will limit our ability to accept new partnerships or volunteers for the foreseeable future.


Our garden education programs teach community members to grow food from seed and prioritize fresh produce as a part of a budget-friendly and healthy way to build self-sufficiency.

Participants can obtain free produce, learn new gardening and urban farming skills, work outside and meet community members.

Seed to Supper

This free beginning gardening course teaches participants the tools they need to start a garden and grow their own food on a budget. A joint program of Oregon Food Bank and OSU Extension Service, Seed to Supper is offered throughout Oregon and Clark County, WA.

For more information please contact Devin Dinihanian at 971-230-1666 or ddinihanian@oregonfoodbank.org​.

Course topics:

  • Garden site and soil development
  • Garden planning
  • Planting a garden
  • Caring for a growing garden
  • Harvesting and using garden bounty

Download a free version of our Seed to Supper curriculum.


Unity Farm

Oregon Food Bank’s Unity Farm offers urban agriculture training opportunities in partnership with Mudbone Grown. Together we are providing culturally-appropriate, hands-on education, training and capacity building to empower communities of color in growing fresh healthy food.

Learn more about the Pathways to Farming Program